Wooden Ships Comments on this Dickie of Bangor Bermudan Yawl
Designed by McPherson Campbell and built by Dickies of Bangor in 1956.
A gentlemans racing yacht built for Sir Roy Hardy Dobson, then chairman of Hawker Siddeley, one of 5 built to the same design. At least 3 of these are still sailing.
Bought by the present owner in 2004, she has been cruised around northern Europe and lived aboard for a period. Until a few years ago she was coded under the MCA for commercial work with all the equipment, surveys and standards that entails.
Very solid construction with enormous sawn frames. New laid deck put down in 1994. Nice interior with 6 berths including a double. Deep sheltered cockpit with wheel steering. The yawl rig can be perfectly balanced so that she sails herself and in heavy weather she can be driven to windward with just a mizzen and headsail making her an easy and comfortable boat to sail.
The documentation with the boat covering her refits and maintenance is very extensive, detailing a large part of her history giving a buyer confidence that she has been well maintained. Last survey done in 2018 plus all MCA paperwork from her coding is available. Some original build drawings and documentation with the boat.
A fine looking and well maintained classic yacht.
Length on Deck 41’6″
Length Overall 45′
Thames Tonnage 16TM
Planked in 1″ larch on heavy sawn oak frames fastened with iron boat nails.
Sawn timber floors across the centreline with steel throat bolts.
External cast iron ballast keel held with iron keel bolts. 3 bolts drawn in 2007.
New deck in 1994. Yacht laid Oregon pine over a marine plywood subdeck, caulked and payed seams.
Teak coachroof coamings, veneered externally with mahogany. Bronze portholes. Raised doghouse aft giving shelter to the cockpit
T&G coachroof deck, sheathed and painted externally.
Self draining cockpit with varnished teak thwarts. Wheel steering with cables.
Bermudan yawl rig on keel stepped varnished spruce masts.
Varnished spruce slab reefing booms.
Stainless steel standing rigging of various ages to internal stainless chain plates
Running backstays for the main on levers
Cutter headed with a short bowsprit for the outer forestay, easily reached from the deck to change sails.
Bumpkin to take the mizzen sheet.
Captive wire halyard winch on the main and a pair of Antal self tailing cockpit sheet winches.
Hanked on headsails.
Sails include Main, mizzen, jib, staysail, trysail and storm jib all in good condition.
Lister Petter 40hp 4cyl diesel engine with a ZF gearbox.
Major rebuild in 1991 with all receipts. engine re-wired in 2018 with new control panel. Excellent well documented service history.
Single lever control to a fixed 2 blade bronze propeller gives 5 knots cruising speed, 7.5knots max at 3/4 gallon/hr. Cutlass bearing replaced 2019.
140 litre stainless steel fuel tank
230 litres of water in 2 separate stainless steel water tanks.
2 x 12 volt batteries charged from engine alternator or 240 volt charger on shore power system.
2 x manual and 1 electric bilge pump.
Comfortable accommodation with 4 single berths and a double up forward.
Steps down over the engine box with chart desk to port and a storage locker to starboard.
Chart desk faces outboard with navigation instruments above.
Long settee berth either side with shelf stowage behind under the deck head.
Centreline dropleaf gimballed mahogany table.
Taylors diesel cabin heater on the bulkhead with a hot water tank custom made to sit on the top.
Port side passage going forward with galley outboard. Galley has a Plastimo Netune 2000 2 burner gas stove with oven and grill. Single stainless sink with pressurised cold water.
Forward into a twin owners cabin with 2 full length berths.
Centreline door into the forward cabin with a large double berth.
Steering compass, Henry Browne and Sons Ltd
Simrad RD68 DSC VHF
Furuno 1623 radar
Garmin 126 GPS
Garmin hand held GPS12
ICOM BC-162 handheld VHF
Clock and barometer
8 man canister life raft (to be serviced upon sale of yacht)
8 x lifejackets
2 x lifebuoys
Inshore flare pack
MOB recovery kit
8 safety lines
First aid kit
12 volt spotlight
Wooden bungs for seacocks
Auto nitrogen mist extinguisher for engine space
Fire extinguishers and fire blanket
Hydrocenid oil spill kit
Auto bilge pump with alarm
Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
Wooden porthole and window blanks
35lb CQR anchor
50m of 10mm chain
35lb Fishermans anchor
10m of 8mm chain and 45m of 12mm warp
Manual AFCD windlass
Warp and anchor for inflatable tender
Mainsail by Mc Williams, 2000. Fair condition. 436sqft
Mizzen by Collins, 2005. Very good condition. 99sqft
Jib by Collins, 2005. Very good condition. 110sqft
Staysail by Collins, 2005. Very good condition. 101sqft
Trysail by collins, 2007. As new. 114sqft
Storm jib by Collins, 2007. As new. 58sqft
Bunk and berth cushions
Domestic water filter
Plastimo Neptune 2000 stove
Jabsco manual sea toilet
Taylors diesel cabin heater with spares
Oil lamp with spares
CD player with internal and external speakers
Shore power with smart battery charger
Clipper battery monitor
Quiksilver 270 Airdeck inflatable dinghy with pump and anchor
Suzuki 2.2hp 2 stroke outboard
12 bore deck cannon
Full length all over winter boat cover
Covers for hatches and cockpit
Engine spares, filters, belts etc
Sail repair kit
Various pilot books and sailing books
Admiralty leisure packs SC 5600, 5602,5603 and 5623
Large scale Admiralty charts 87, 1104, 1110, 1111, 1895, 1956, SC147, SC442, SC2450, SC2454, SC2675, SC3570, SC3672.
North Atlantic routing charts July and August
Imray charts C12, C18, C32 and C61
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